Rabbit Foots Fern Hanging Basket (7″)


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Named Rabbit’s foot ferns for their delightful furry rhizomes that creep over the top of the plant pot.

Water: Keep soil moist. Ferns love humidity so mist regularly.

Sunlight: This prefers bright to medium indirect light when grown indoors. No direct sunlight.

Food:  During the spring and summer only, fertilize once a month with a liquid plant food at half strength

Plant Parent Care Tips:

  • Remove dead fronds by cutting them off. 
  • Occasionally rotate the plant to keep it growing evenly.
  • If the fern begins to look ratty, trim back the plant until it is 2 inches tall, water and fertilize, and it will soon begin to grow back out.

Pets: Pet safe!

Interesting fact: The distinctive arching fronds of Boston fern are a mutation from the straight fronds of standard sword ferns. The popular stories are that the mutation either occurred on a ship full of ferns being sent to Boston, or in the plant nursery of a Florida grower who later sent them to friends in Boston.


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